Posted by Chuck on May 18, 2017
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Published on May 18th, 2017 | by Chuck


Get 3% Cash Back on All Newegg Purchases with Visa Savings Edge now earns 3% cash back on purchases paid for with a Visa business card enrolled in the free Visa Savings Edge program.

Visa has a SavingsEdge program, available for all Visa business cards, which earns cash back as a statement credit at various merchants. The amount of cash back varies by the retailer. It works on business cards only, not personal cards. Each Visa business card needs to be enrolled separately. (Enroll Here)

Visa has now added Newegg as a new partner in the program with a 3% cash back offer. Valid 4/18/17 – 4/17/18. Maximum cash back is $200 for the year. If you spend $6,667 you’ll meet that number.

I personally don’t have many Visa business cards, but I do have an INK Plus and I’ll happily use it at Newegg or any other SavingsEdge partner. Always remember to use a shopping portal as well for Newegg. You can typically get 2% cash back or 2x points on various portals. Coupled with SavingsEdge that should amount to a minimum 5% back on all Newegg purchases.

A few other new Visa SavingsEdge merchants I noticed: Hostgater,,, and BizShield. We’ve added these all to our Payments Workshop.

RelatedComplete List of Card-Linked Reward Programs

Hat tip to my friend Tacos

13 Responses to Get 3% Cash Back on All Newegg Purchases with Visa Savings Edge

  1. Peter says:


    Maximum annual earn of $200 per enrolled card.

    This equates to $6,666.66 in spend.

  2. Dan says:

    Now to just remember to use this card on newegg…

  3. Yuriy says:

    So does this post to your credit card as credit? Or this posts separately to your SavingsEdge account? Just wondering if this is on top of the 1x points you’d get on the Chase Ink card usage.

    • Russ says:

      SavingsEdge is run by Visa (not your credit card company) and posts as a credit to your cc account, usually within a few days. I believe any business Visa from any bank can be used in the program.

      Mastercard has a similar program called Easy Savings

  4. Gerald says:

    Is there an easy way to find free after rebate stuff at Newegg?

  5. Steve says:

    You’ve got a typo:

  6. Jeff says:

    Do Visa gift cards count for 3% cash back?

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